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OnePlus 5T Review

Date : 2018-01-01
Author : Sahil Kukreja
          

The OnePlus 5 was one of the most eagerly awaited smartphones of the year, and the same can be said of its successor the OnePlus 5T. The OnePlus 5T was announced on the 16th of November 2017 and went on sale on the 21st of November 2017. The phone doesn’t really bring any major changes, in fact it is only a minor upgrade on the original OnePlus 5 but hey it is an updated version none the less. And right on time keeping holiday season in mind. OnePlus would be hoping the OnePlus5T does well over the Christmas period. The OnePlus 5T has a visibly bigger screen than the 5 with the screen now a full 6 inches. This makes the older version which was 5.50 inches well, a little small. The resolution offered on the new OnePlus 5T is a cool 1080 pixels x 2160 pixels which means you get a PPI of about 401 pixels per inch, which isn’t bad at all. Powering the OnePlus 5T is a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor which means you can effortlessly multitask on your phone. It also comes with 8GB of RAM which is equal to or more than most laptops and has 64GB of internal storage. The one downside of the internal storage is that it cannot be expanded. One would expect OnePlus to have added expandable memory to the 5T but for some reason they haven’t.

One Plus 5T Review

The second aspect of the OnePlus 5T that is different from its predecessor is the camera. Now with the increase in screen size and the added pixels the OnePlus 5T comes with three cameras. The front camera is unchanged with the 5T packing the same 16 megapixel front camera. And another 16 megapixel primary shooter at the back but this one comes with a wider aperture. The secondary camera at the back is a new 20 megapixel camera with a different aperture lens. f/1.7 aperture lens to be precise. So the camera is a minor upgrade over the previous phones camera but a definite improvement. The 5T comes with android 7.1 although it should have come running Android Oreo right from the get go, so that is another factor that goes against the 5T. It is powered by a non removable 3300mAh battery which can last the day rather easily. It also comes with a rear mounted fingerprint reader as well as Corning Gorilla Glass 5 display case so your screen is as hard as a rock, well not really but that is pretty sturdy. The rest of the specs are rather generic, it comes with dual Sim capability and accepts nano Sim. Connectivity options on the OnePlus 5T include WiFi, GPS, Bluetooth, NFC, USB OTG, 3G and 4G. The onboard sensors on the 5T include compass magnetometer, accelerometer, ambient light sensor and gyroscope.

So the OnePlus 5T is pretty much the same as the OnePlus 5, this isn’t necessarily a bad thing though because the OnePlus 5 is also still a very new phone and one of the best flagship phones out there. The people who want a minor upgrade over that can go for the newer OnePlus 5T. That being said however, the 5T does have its drawbacks, as pointed earlier launching at this time the 5T should have come with Android Oreo from the start but instead people using the 5T will have to wait months for the update that does not work in favor of the phone. The other big negative aspect of the phone is that it does not come with a MicroSD slot so the memory isn’t expandable. 128GB is all you get. Now that is a lot but a lot of people would prefer the option of expandable memory. The other thing that would bug people would be no stereo speakers but that is something most people would be willing to gloss over and the camera could have been better. Overall the OnePlus 5T looks like a great value for money Flagship phone and it is safe to say that OnePlus have got another hit when it comes to the OnePlus 5T. We would recommend getting it as a nice Christmas gift for you.

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OnePlus 5T Review

Date : 2018-01-01
Author : Sahil Kukreja
          

The OnePlus 5 was one of the most eagerly awaited smartphones of the year, and the same can be said of its successor the OnePlus 5T. The OnePlus 5T was announced on the 16th of November 2017 and went on sale on the 21st of November 2017. The phone doesn’t really bring any major changes, in fact it is only a minor upgrade on the original OnePlus 5 but hey it is an updated version none the less. And right on time keeping holiday season in mind. OnePlus would be hoping the OnePlus5T does well over the Christmas period. The OnePlus 5T has a visibly bigger screen than the 5 with the screen now a full 6 inches. This makes the older version which was 5.50 inches well, a little small. The resolution offered on the new OnePlus 5T is a cool 1080 pixels x 2160 pixels which means you get a PPI of about 401 pixels per inch, which isn’t bad at all. Powering the OnePlus 5T is a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor which means you can effortlessly multitask on your phone. It also comes with 8GB of RAM which is equal to or more than most laptops and has 64GB of internal storage. The one downside of the internal storage is that it cannot be expanded. One would expect OnePlus to have added expandable memory to the 5T but for some reason they haven’t.

One Plus 5T Review

The second aspect of the OnePlus 5T that is different from its predecessor is the camera. Now with the increase in screen size and the added pixels the OnePlus 5T comes with three cameras. The front camera is unchanged with the 5T packing the same 16 megapixel front camera. And another 16 megapixel primary shooter at the back but this one comes with a wider aperture. The secondary camera at the back is a new 20 megapixel camera with a different aperture lens. f/1.7 aperture lens to be precise. So the camera is a minor upgrade over the previous phones camera but a definite improvement. The 5T comes with android 7.1 although it should have come running Android Oreo right from the get go, so that is another factor that goes against the 5T. It is powered by a non removable 3300mAh battery which can last the day rather easily. It also comes with a rear mounted fingerprint reader as well as Corning Gorilla Glass 5 display case so your screen is as hard as a rock, well not really but that is pretty sturdy. The rest of the specs are rather generic, it comes with dual Sim capability and accepts nano Sim. Connectivity options on the OnePlus 5T include WiFi, GPS, Bluetooth, NFC, USB OTG, 3G and 4G. The onboard sensors on the 5T include compass magnetometer, accelerometer, ambient light sensor and gyroscope.

So the OnePlus 5T is pretty much the same as the OnePlus 5, this isn’t necessarily a bad thing though because the OnePlus 5 is also still a very new phone and one of the best flagship phones out there. The people who want a minor upgrade over that can go for the newer OnePlus 5T. That being said however, the 5T does have its drawbacks, as pointed earlier launching at this time the 5T should have come with Android Oreo from the start but instead people using the 5T will have to wait months for the update that does not work in favor of the phone. The other big negative aspect of the phone is that it does not come with a MicroSD slot so the memory isn’t expandable. 128GB is all you get. Now that is a lot but a lot of people would prefer the option of expandable memory. The other thing that would bug people would be no stereo speakers but that is something most people would be willing to gloss over and the camera could have been better. Overall the OnePlus 5T looks like a great value for money Flagship phone and it is safe to say that OnePlus have got another hit when it comes to the OnePlus 5T. We would recommend getting it as a nice Christmas gift for you.

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OnePlus 5T Review

Date : 2018-01-01
Author : Sahil Kukreja
          

The OnePlus 5 was one of the most eagerly awaited smartphones of the year, and the same can be said of its successor the OnePlus 5T. The OnePlus 5T was announced on the 16th of November 2017 and went on sale on the 21st of November 2017. The phone doesn’t really bring any major changes, in fact it is only a minor upgrade on the original OnePlus 5 but hey it is an updated version none the less. And right on time keeping holiday season in mind. OnePlus would be hoping the OnePlus5T does well over the Christmas period. The OnePlus 5T has a visibly bigger screen than the 5 with the screen now a full 6 inches. This makes the older version which was 5.50 inches well, a little small. The resolution offered on the new OnePlus 5T is a cool 1080 pixels x 2160 pixels which means you get a PPI of about 401 pixels per inch, which isn’t bad at all. Powering the OnePlus 5T is a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor which means you can effortlessly multitask on your phone. It also comes with 8GB of RAM which is equal to or more than most laptops and has 64GB of internal storage. The one downside of the internal storage is that it cannot be expanded. One would expect OnePlus to have added expandable memory to the 5T but for some reason they haven’t.

One Plus 5T Review

The second aspect of the OnePlus 5T that is different from its predecessor is the camera. Now with the increase in screen size and the added pixels the OnePlus 5T comes with three cameras. The front camera is unchanged with the 5T packing the same 16 megapixel front camera. And another 16 megapixel primary shooter at the back but this one comes with a wider aperture. The secondary camera at the back is a new 20 megapixel camera with a different aperture lens. f/1.7 aperture lens to be precise. So the camera is a minor upgrade over the previous phones camera but a definite improvement. The 5T comes with android 7.1 although it should have come running Android Oreo right from the get go, so that is another factor that goes against the 5T. It is powered by a non removable 3300mAh battery which can last the day rather easily. It also comes with a rear mounted fingerprint reader as well as Corning Gorilla Glass 5 display case so your screen is as hard as a rock, well not really but that is pretty sturdy. The rest of the specs are rather generic, it comes with dual Sim capability and accepts nano Sim. Connectivity options on the OnePlus 5T include WiFi, GPS, Bluetooth, NFC, USB OTG, 3G and 4G. The onboard sensors on the 5T include compass magnetometer, accelerometer, ambient light sensor and gyroscope.

So the OnePlus 5T is pretty much the same as the OnePlus 5, this isn’t necessarily a bad thing though because the OnePlus 5 is also still a very new phone and one of the best flagship phones out there. The people who want a minor upgrade over that can go for the newer OnePlus 5T. That being said however, the 5T does have its drawbacks, as pointed earlier launching at this time the 5T should have come with Android Oreo from the start but instead people using the 5T will have to wait months for the update that does not work in favor of the phone. The other big negative aspect of the phone is that it does not come with a MicroSD slot so the memory isn’t expandable. 128GB is all you get. Now that is a lot but a lot of people would prefer the option of expandable memory. The other thing that would bug people would be no stereo speakers but that is something most people would be willing to gloss over and the camera could have been better. Overall the OnePlus 5T looks like a great value for money Flagship phone and it is safe to say that OnePlus have got another hit when it comes to the OnePlus 5T. We would recommend getting it as a nice Christmas gift for you.

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OnePlus 5T Review

Date : 2018-01-01
Author : Sahil Kukreja

          

The OnePlus 5 was one of the most eagerly awaited smartphones of the year, and the same can be said of its successor the OnePlus 5T. The OnePlus 5T was announced on the 16th of November 2017 and went on sale on the 21st of November 2017. The phone doesn’t really bring any major changes, in fact it is only a minor upgrade on the original OnePlus 5 but hey it is an updated version none the less. And right on time keeping holiday season in mind. OnePlus would be hoping the OnePlus5T does well over the Christmas period. The OnePlus 5T has a visibly bigger screen than the 5 with the screen now a full 6 inches. This makes the older version which was 5.50 inches well, a little small. The resolution offered on the new OnePlus 5T is a cool 1080 pixels x 2160 pixels which means you get a PPI of about 401 pixels per inch, which isn’t bad at all. Powering the OnePlus 5T is a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor which means you can effortlessly multitask on your phone. It also comes with 8GB of RAM which is equal to or more than most laptops and has 64GB of internal storage. The one downside of the internal storage is that it cannot be expanded. One would expect OnePlus to have added expandable memory to the 5T but for some reason they haven’t.

One Plus 5T Review

The second aspect of the OnePlus 5T that is different from its predecessor is the camera. Now with the increase in screen size and the added pixels the OnePlus 5T comes with three cameras. The front camera is unchanged with the 5T packing the same 16 megapixel front camera. And another 16 megapixel primary shooter at the back but this one comes with a wider aperture. The secondary camera at the back is a new 20 megapixel camera with a different aperture lens. f/1.7 aperture lens to be precise. So the camera is a minor upgrade over the previous phones camera but a definite improvement. The 5T comes with android 7.1 although it should have come running Android Oreo right from the get go, so that is another factor that goes against the 5T. It is powered by a non removable 3300mAh battery which can last the day rather easily. It also comes with a rear mounted fingerprint reader as well as Corning Gorilla Glass 5 display case so your screen is as hard as a rock, well not really but that is pretty sturdy. The rest of the specs are rather generic, it comes with dual Sim capability and accepts nano Sim. Connectivity options on the OnePlus 5T include WiFi, GPS, Bluetooth, NFC, USB OTG, 3G and 4G. The onboard sensors on the 5T include compass magnetometer, accelerometer, ambient light sensor and gyroscope.

So the OnePlus 5T is pretty much the same as the OnePlus 5, this isn’t necessarily a bad thing though because the OnePlus 5 is also still a very new phone and one of the best flagship phones out there. The people who want a minor upgrade over that can go for the newer OnePlus 5T. That being said however, the 5T does have its drawbacks, as pointed earlier launching at this time the 5T should have come with Android Oreo from the start but instead people using the 5T will have to wait months for the update that does not work in favor of the phone. The other big negative aspect of the phone is that it does not come with a MicroSD slot so the memory isn’t expandable. 128GB is all you get. Now that is a lot but a lot of people would prefer the option of expandable memory. The other thing that would bug people would be no stereo speakers but that is something most people would be willing to gloss over and the camera could have been better. Overall the OnePlus 5T looks like a great value for money Flagship phone and it is safe to say that OnePlus have got another hit when it comes to the OnePlus 5T. We would recommend getting it as a nice Christmas gift for you.

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